1. FFC Turbine Potsdam’s Tabea Kemme and Lia Wälti said that making the semi-finals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League was “special”, while ASD Torres CF were pleased with an improved display in the second leg against the German club.
‘Sky is the limit’ for Birmingham
Birmingham City LFC’s Karen Carney said that “the sky is the limit” after her side upset Arsenal LFC to make it into the semi-finals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League for the first time, while Arsenal’s Kelly Smith admitted that the “better team” had won.
Tyresö look ahead to English semi-final
"The first game was terrible, but 0-0 is a very good result for us," SV Neulenbach coach Johannes Uhlig said, while Tyresö FF looked forward to meeting English opponents in the last four.
Delight for ‘proud’ Birmingham
Birmingham City LFC’s Jessica Carter told UEFA.com of her pride after their 1-0 UEFA Women’s Champions League quarter-final first leg win against fellow English side Arsenal LFC, while the losing side’s Casey Stoney admitted the London outfit had “underperformed massively”.
Potsdam surprise at 8-0 success
1. FFC Turbine Potsdam coach Bernd Schröder admitted that he “didn’t expect” the margin of his team’s UEFA Women’s Champions League victory against ASD Torres CF to be as clear as it was after they won 8-0 in the quarter-final first leg, while Torres’ Manuela Teese remained pleased at achieving the club’s aim of the last-eight.
Quarter-finals get going
The quarter-finals begin on Sunday with holders VfL Wolfsburg hosting FC Barcelona among three first legs before Monday's all-English tie between Birmingham City LFC and Arsenal LFC.
Birmingham enjoying the limelight
Ahead of Birmingham City LFC’s UEFA Women’s Champions League quarter-final debut, Jade Moore and Jo Potter tell UEFA.com why they’re confident they can overcome domestic rivals Arsenal LFC.
Nobbs rewarded by Arsenal decision
Jordan Nobbs left her local club Sunderland WFC at just 17 to pursue her football dream in London with Arsenal LFC – and now a senior England player she is pleased she did.
Potsdam delight at Lyon scalp
“Something special” was how Stefanie Draws described FFC Turbine Potsdam’s away goals victory over Olympique Lyonnais, with her coach Bernd Schröder equally delighted with his team’s progression to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League. Camille Abily and Patrice Lair also gave their reaction to UEFA.com.
Wolfsburg seek improvement after victory over Malmö
Anja Mittag told UEFA.com of an unhappy return to Germany with FCR Malmö after a 3-1 defeat to VfL Wolfsburg. Luisa Wensing scored one of the goals on the night and gave her reaction along with coach Ralf Kellermann, whose opposite number Jonas Eidevall is already looking forward to experiencing the UEFA Women’s Champions League in the future.
Fortuna look to Sweden after Tyresö take control
Fortuna Hjørring’s Janni Arnth and Brian Sørensen believe that the Danish side can still progress to the quarter-finals despite going down 2-1 to competition debutants Tyresö FF in the first leg. Christen Press scored both goals and told that it’s “a big honour” to play in the UEFA Women’s Champions League.
Mitchell revels in Glasgow reunion
Emma Mitchell told UEFA.com that she was “happy with the result” after Arsenal LFC’s 3-0 win over her former club Glasgow City LFC but along with her manager Shelley Kerr, looks forward to “another big game” in the second leg at Petershill Park. Meanwhile, Rachel Corsie said that all was not lost for the visitors with her manager Eddie Wolecki Black looking to add another fairytale to football history in Scotland.
Arsenal reflect on ‘professional performance’
Danielle Carter and Kim Little told UEFA.com at their pride in their professional performance after sharing seven goals in Arsenal’s 11-1 win over CSHVSM-Kairat with coach Shelley Kerr also “delighted to get through to the last 16.”
Tyresö reflect on ‘fantastic job’
Caroline Seger felt Tyresö FF did "a fantastic job" to make it past Paris Saint-Germain FC to the round of 16 with a 2-1 aggregate win. Christen Press also gave her thoughts to UEFA.com.
Captain Renard looks forward to Potsdam reunion
Olympique Lyonnais captain Wendie Renard told UEFA.com that the team needs to stay focused for their round of 16 date with 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam after qualifying with a 10-0 aggregate win over FC Twente.
Two-goal Berger happy with Neulengbach lead
SV Neulengbach captain Nina Berger was delighted with a "good result" against Apollon Limassol LFC as she scored both of the Austrian team's goals in a 2-1 first-leg win, while the Cypriot team still believe they have a chance of progression.
Barcelona and Brøndby optimistic
Brøndby IF and FC Barcelona both told UEFA.com that they will go into their UEFA Women’s Champions League round of 32 second leg in Denmark next week optimistic of progression after their 0-0 first-leg draw.
Schelin striving for another Lyon run
Lotta Schelin told UEFA.com "it's going to be really tough" for Olympique Lyonnais as they face FC Twente and then possibly 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam but they are up for the task.
Goessling ready to go again for Wolfsburg
Having never previously won a major senior honour, Lena Goessling took everything going in 2013 and is now aiming to inspire VfL Wolfsburg to a repeat European success.
Tyresö set sights on Champions League glory
With an all-star team including Brazil’s Marta and Spanish import Verónica Boquete, Swedish champions Tyresö FF have lofty targets ahead of their debut UEFA Women’s Champions League campaign.